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Partnering for Global Health: The Global Fund and the Private Sector


Currently, there are four key ways for businesses and other private sector organizations to partner with the Global Fund: Making monetary or in-kind donations; supporting implementation; providing commercial goods and services on a socially responsible basis; and serving as a public advocate and contributor to good governance.This new report from the Global Fund describes each of these partner relationships in more detail and gives examples of partnerships that have been successful.

The focus of this document is limited to partnerships involving “for-profit” private enterprises, rather than the full range of private actors contributing to and actively engaged with the Global Fund (such as private foundations).

To download the report, please click here

For more information, please contact Dida Connor, Senior Communications Liaison Officer, Private Sector and Nongovernment Donors Team, The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria